It gets rid of the Connected /32 route distributed from
your PPP peer.
If both sides are sharing the same subnet (which is very
typical in today's network) then the /32's showing up doesn't buy much
benefit. In the old days with dialup and many disconnected network
connections, it was incredibly important to have!
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